Indigenous Research Strategy Working Better With Aboriginal And Torres
Non-Indigenous research institutions undertaking social research have a growing awareness about and commitment to the need to work better with Indigenous peoples and communities. As part of this process, the SPRC has developed this Strategy. 4 Objectives of the Strategy
Indigenous Research Strategy . Working better with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. SPRC Report 14/08 . University of New South Wales . Social Policy Research Centre . August 2008
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Indigenous-led research and innovation is that in which Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are leading the research and innovation through genuine decision-making responsibility in relation to the project from conceptualisation and throughout the conduct
Davidson RT; Spooner CJ; Fisher KR; Newton B; Dadich A; Smyth C; Tudball J; Flaxman S, 2008, Indigenous Research Strategy: Working better with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, Social Policy Research Centre, Sydney, SPRC Reports, Report 14/08, http://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/media/File/Report14_08_SPRC_Indigenous ...
The UNSW Indigenous Strategy represents a powerful vision for the future of UNSW and our commitment to creating an environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, researchers and staff to thrive.
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Indigenous Research Strategy: Working better with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities Levy F, 2007, 'Theories of autism', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry , vol. 41, pp. 859 - 868, 10.1080/00048670701634937
UNSW is home to many leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholars, researchers and lecturers. In the domains of law, medicine, education, mathematics and many more, our Indigenous researchers are making an impact for communities in Australia and the around the globe.
This study explored experiences, perspectives and practical strategies of occupational therapists working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in rural and remote areas of Queensland, Australia.
May 1, 2017 The indigenous paradigm also shapes how we consider Tribal people's worldview and involves ontology, epistemology, axiology, and methodology. It is about relationships and seeing everything within ...
May 30, 2023 Our membership asked us to build Indigenous, community-based researchers. For us that meant the communities had to have the research funding and contracts. This has been successful. All our funding contracts are with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers lead the projects.
Research. We are at the forefront of research led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, who are involved as researchers, partners and drivers of our research priorities and projects. Karajarri Country. Filming on Karajarri Country for the Preserve, Strengthen, Renew project.
Jul 23, 2021 The MTAL study is a response to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and organisational requests to build the evidence base for an initiative originally developed and piloted within an Aboriginal controlled organisation.
Jul 1, 2020 Strategies that were identified as important to guide practice when working respectfully in Aboriginal health included: Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people working with Aboriginal health workers, using appropriate processes, demonstrating commitment to building relationships, relinquishing control, having an awareness of Aboriginal history, com...
This review reveals both the distinctive colonial characteristics of adversity experienced by Aboriginal people and the range of coping strategies and protective resources that support the development of resilience within different Aboriginal communities in diverse research sites across Australia.
Dec 21, 2022 Partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples: An Evaluation Study Protocol to Strengthen a Comprehensive Multi-Scale Evaluation Framework for Participatory Systems Modelling through Indigenous Paradigms and Methodologies by Grace Yeeun Lee 1,*, Julie Robotham 2, Yun Ju C. Song 1, Jo-An Occhipinti 1,3, Jakelin Troy 1, Tanja Hirvonen
ECU Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy for Research. ECU will continue to support, recruit and train Indigenous staff and students and contribute to the awareness of cultural practices, knowledge and research of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Jan 30, 2021 Published: 30 January 2021 Interventions to improve health literacy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples: a systematic review Simone Nash & Amit Arora BMC Public Health 21, Article number: 248 ( 2021 ) Cite this article 14k Accesses 9 Citations 5 Altmetric Metrics Abstract Background
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Researchers and Research. The ARC is committed to ensuring that all eligible researchers have the same opportunity to participate in the funding schemes of the National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP) including those from underrepresented groups.
Oct 30, 2020 The Indigenous Evaluation Strategy provides a whole-of-government framework for Australian Government agencies to use when selecting, planning, conducting and using evaluations of policies and programs affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Jan 17, 2020 Strengthening Indigenous research and training in Canada is about Indigenous Peoples setting their own research priorities, guiding how research is done and how data is used, and having equitable access to research and training opportunities. It enhances research excellence in Canada by improving research outcomes for the benefit of First Nations, Inuit and Mtis communities and is an ...
In an Indigenous research approach, participants guide and embody the research process and results. Ownership, control, access, and protection of the data is held by the community, not the researcher. The researcher is part of the process of research in that they hold the ceremony or act of research. They intersect between the academy or funder ...
Mar 1, 2023 This guide is a starting point for supporting RRU researchers with finding resources about Indigenous research methodologies, paradigms, and methods. It is intended to highlight books, articles, and websites available through the library and on the open internet. It is not an exhaustive guide and will continue to change as more information is ...
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